News and Updates


Easton Airport Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Category: Easton Airport

Talbot County’s Easton Airport celebrated 80 years of service to the Eastern Shore community on Friday, July 28, 2023. Read more

Council Address Traffic Concerns

Category: Roads and County Facilities County Council

During their July 25th meeting, the Traffic Advisory Board presented recommendations to Council. Read more

Talbot County Council Meeting Highlights, July 25, 2023

Category: County Council

The Talbot County Council held their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 25th at 5 p.m.; Council Member Dave Stepp was absent. Read more

County Celebrates Parks and Recreation Professionals Day

Category: Parks and Recreation

Talbot County celebrated our dedicated Parks and Recreation professionals as part of 2023 Parks and Recreation Month. Read more

Library Launches Free Community Wi-Fi Center in Trappe

Category: Parks and Recreation County Council

Talbot County Free Library (TCFL) has created a free Community Wi-Fi Center at Home Run Baker Park in Trappe, MD, providing access to high-speed internet for Talbot County students and residents. Read more

Lt. Governor Miller Meets with Council Members

Category: County Council

Talbot County Council and Easton Town Council members and staff met with Lt. Governor Aruna Miller to share some sweet treats and discuss vital projects for Talbot County and its residents at Bonheur Ice Cream and Pie in Easton, Maryland.   Read more

Sewage Discharge to Drainage Ditches along Madison Avenue, St. Michaels

Category: Public Works

On Sunday, July16, 2023, at approximately 4:50 p.m., the Talbot County Sanitary District (Sanitary District) was advised of a sewer leak at the Madison Avenue Pump Station located adjacent to 101 Madison Avenue at the corner of Madison Avenue and Maryland Route 33 (St. Michaels Road). Read more

FY 2024 Budget Overview

Category: Finance

FY 2024 Budget Documents are now available. Read more

Talbot County Council Meeting Highlights, July 11, 2023

Category: County Council

Agenda items included Proclamation for "Parks and Recreation Month", an update on the Leeds Creek Bridge replacement, a vote on the cannabis permitting moratorium (Resolution No. 344), and more. Read more

County Highlights July 2023 as “Parks and Recreation Month”

Category: Parks and Recreation

During their July 11th meeting, the Talbot County Council proclaimed July “Parks and Recreation Month”. Read more

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